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COSM Core Research Lab

Georgia Southern University has a growing research environment offering exciting experiential activities to its students. As a student-centered, research-driven R2 institution, we place an emphasis on research with relevance and public impact. Interdisciplinary research teams are tackling global challenges in our laboratories using new approaches, state-of- the-art instrumentation, and new materials. The College of Science and Mathematics research portfolio is varied and far-reaching, leading to new knowledge, numerous discoveries and hands-on opportunities.

The COSM Core Research Laboratory (CCRL) is available to all faculty, staff and students pursuing research projects at Georgia Southern University. The facilities are also available to external users by contacting Dr. Brent Feske, Associate Dean of Research and External Affairs, and Director of the CCLR for information and pricing. Internal (GSU) user pricing is available by contacting ORSSP (during external proposal development) or Dr. Feske (for updated usage costs).


Agilent 400 MHz NMR

Statesboro Campus


Armstrong Campus


Mass Specs

Perkin Elmer ICP-MS

Statesboro Campus

Shimadzu LCMS-2020 Single Quad

Statesboro Campus

Shimadzu LCMS-8030 Triple Quad

Statesboro Campus

Shimadzu LCMS-9030

Armstrong Campus

Materials Characterization

Bruker Microflex MALDI-TOF

Statesboro Campus


Statesboro Campus


24′ Carolina Skiff Boat

(not available for external users)

Armstrong Campus

Fees and Questions Contact

Darrin Moore

Instrumentation Maintenance and Research Specialist

(912) 478-5590 • Office

Dr. Brent Feske

Director of the COSM Core Research Laboratory (CCRL)

(912) 344-3210 • Office

Last updated: 5/10/2022